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About Fiestas Patronales
The Fiestas Patronales is celebrated on August 4th of every year in El Salvador. It is usually dedicated to a saint or virgin, who is the patron of whichever city, holds the fiesta. On this day they celebrate it with sports tournaments, art exhibitions, pantomime shows, theatre, food fairs and other fun events pop up across San Salvador in the first week of August during the Fiestas Patronales. The Fiestas Patronales make sure you come and spend some time among the locals at these fun festivities. It is a happy holiday and one of the fun traditions in El Salvador. Fiestas patronales are not national holidays, because they only reflect the celebration of one city of a country. The festivities start at 4am on 1 August with the typical Alborada Matinal, the early morning wake-up call by live bands that resonates throughout the city. It is a musical and entertainment festival.
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